Author: Thomas Mcglone
Hindsight is a post-apocalyptic science fiction novel about a young man who feels trapped. After the untimely death of his family, Ben has been living with his uncle in an abandoned house that they stole out of necessity during a tumultuous time. But Ben feels incomplete, it has been two years since the passing of his family and he has done nothing but drown his sorrows in indulgence ever since. It is not until he discovers some very sacred writings in his closet that he finally ventures out into the world. These writings are those of a man whose historical significance is so great, yet so greatly misinterpreted, that Ben begins to think only he can shed some light onto his memory. So, Ben wanders out into the dark, cold world and discovers that only after you have seen true darkness can you see the light.
I am a twenty-two-year-old young man who grew up in Southwestern, Connecticut. After graduating from high school, I started to study at the University of Connecticut but I began to write so often that it conflicted with my studies and I did not finish. I am currently working toward becoming a licensed electrician.